Want to take a seaside holiday and can't decide whether you wish to go to the lakes or the sea - I have a place to share with you.
Beautiful boats and seaside views
It is Narooma on the New South Wales coastal Road, halfway between Batemans Bay and Eden.
It has some of the most beautiful ocean views I have ever seen, along with the natural waterways meeting the sea.
Families splash and swim in the natural waterways and lakes where they meet the ocean in relative safety.
Beautiful views from the jetty
People waterski on the beautiful lakes.
There are the usual range of activities and shopping associated with coastal holidays, including lovely bakeries, cafes and restaurants.
If you drive up to the outlooks, you can get wonderful sea views.
Could this be more perfect?
There is a wide range of places to stay including caravan parks and motels, hotels and bed and breakfasts.
Arguably one of the prettiest places in Australia and certainly worth the visit.
Gulaga is on the horizon and some of the most stunning coastal scenery and it is only a short drive to most of the attractions of Eurobodalla.
Some of the other locations you may like to visit include
Home to the largest fur seal colony on the NSW coast, and breeding ground for birds, dolphins, whales and grey nurse sharks.
Gulaga (Mt Dromedary) s of great cultural significance to the Yuin Aboriginals.
Batemans Marine Park
Covers 85,000 hectares, from Murramarang Beach to Wallaga Lake near Tilba Tilba.
Beautiful uncrowded expanses of sand and rock formations.
Has houses perched high above the ocean with panoramic water views. Reef Beach is a well loved with local surfers and Antons Café provides a marvellous view over the ocean.
Another small town with beautiful beaches and lakes, small shopping centre, supermarket and waterfront camping ground.
A fascinating step back in time with perfectly preserved heritage villages, unusual shops and galleries and lovely scenery.
Surrounded by national park, this quiet location is a sleepy get away with beautiful beaches.
Include Bermagui, Bodalla, Tuross Heads, Moruya, Mogo, Batemans Bay and the rest of Eurobodalla.
Aboriginal for 'land of many waters' certainly lives up to its name.
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